Solving tooth sensitivity

  • Miller M
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Abstract

Solving tooth sensitivity requires both you and the patients to be resilient and to understand that if one approach doesn't work, you can try another one that is non-invasive or, at worst, minimally invasive. Much like the clinician who posted the original question, I strongly believe that it is our responsibility to convince patients that jumping to a radical solution could be totally unnecessary--and expensive-- and still might not solve the problem.

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  • SGR: 78650103735
  • PUI: 360155167
  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-78650103735
  • ISSN: 03636771
  • PMID: 21062717

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  • Michael B. Miller

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